Seven Hills Foundation

Individual Support/Entry Level Case Manager

Affiliate
SHCS
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job ID
21708
Schedule
Tuesday - Saturday 9a-5p = 40 hours. Mandatory staff meeting monthly.

Overview

Core Values

 

  Seven Hills Community Services, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, offers a $500 Sign-on Bonus plus an additional $250 Bonus for MAP Certified new hires!

 

Support Advocates and Entry Level Case Managers are part of a professional team responsible for assisting each individual to live a safe, enjoyable life in their community with opportunities to learn and to exercise increasing independence and control over their lives. The people we support participate in hiring, training and evaluation of employees who work with them. The agency and its employees are responsible to the people we support.

 

This direct support position is responsible for the provision of case management services to program participants. Customer service skills, administrative skills, and compassion for others are all traits of a Case Manager.   Seven Hills has opportunities for direct care providers with many years of experience, as well as for college students, stay-at-home moms and dads, paraprofessionals, or teachers looking for a new career opportunity.   Part-time jobs offer flexible schedules in the healthcare industry.  Our full-time benefits, such as reduced tuition on select online Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree programs, tuition reimbursement, three weeks of vacation time, and generous retirement match, support a healthy work-life balance.   Seven Hills Foundation is a growing nonprofit of 4,500 dedicated professionals that celebrate diversity and inclusion.   We also provide the stability of being considered essential workers for those Ready to Work.  We hope you consider joining our team today!

 

 


 

Benefits for Full-time employees: 

  • Health Insurance: Offered through Blue Cross Blue Shield, with generous company contribution.
  • Enhanced Retirement Plan: 25% - 33% Employer match based on tenure. 
  • Student Loan Assistance: Consolidation, counseling, & limited employer contribution!
  • Discounted Tuition with College & University Partnerships!
  • Tuition Assistance: Reimbursed or prepaid college coursework!
  • Home Mortgage Initiative: Favorable down payment (3-5%), reduced closing costs co-paid by Seven Hills!

Work-Life Balance:

  • Generous Accrued Paid Vacation: 3 weeks in your first year!
  • Vacation Cash-Out Option
  • 3 Paid Personal Days
  • 11 Paid Holidays 
  • Accrued Paid Sick Time

Responsibilities

Position Snapshot: *Some of the duties of a Support Advocate are/may include the following depending on the abilities of those residing in the home and the needs of the program.

 

Entry Level Case Managers are responsible for the provision of day-to-day services to our program participants. Seven Hills NCIS provides case management to a variety of different individuals residing in the North Central Area.  All supports are individualized based on need therefore we provide many different types of assistance such as: assistance with attending medical appointments and follow through with recommendations, supporting individuals with DCF involvement to follow/complete their service plans, assisting with obtaining VNA/HHA services, rep payee support, assistance with court proceedings, obtaining and maintaining entitlements, assistance with shopping, advocating for individual needs, completing ISP’s including individual assessments/progress summaries/objectives, etc.

 

Support Advocates are provided a paid 5-day New Employee Orientation and receive training on CPR/First Aid, Safety Care, and Defensive Driving. They also receive program-specific training at the work site.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

  • 18+ years old
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Valid Driver’s License & Good Driving Record. Use of personal vehicle required.
  • COVID vaccination is required for this position.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience assisting people with intellectual/developmental disabilities to participate fully in their community.

  • Varied interests and personal connections in the local community.

  • Proven record of conscientious, responsible behavior (work, volunteer or school history).

  • Ability to work as part of a team, independently in the community. Positive, constructive, respectful.

  • Experience completing ISP assessments, writing support strategies and progress summaries.

  • Proven ability to provide quality case management supports and maintain a caseload 

     

     

 

Thank you for your interest in Seven Hills Foundation!  We value every applicant.  If you experience any difficulty in applying or need assistance, please contact the main office at 508-755-2340.  

 

You can also see an overview of the amazing work our organization does with this video: 

https://vimeo.com/344648526

 


 

The mission of Seven Hills Foundation is to promote and encourage the empowerment of people with significant challenges so that each may pursue their highest possible degree of personal well-being and independence.

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